All the News That's Fit to "Print"
Advice to the Linelorn:
Crossing State Borders and the Politics of Cyberspace
by Jennifer Jordan-Henley
and Barry Maid
The Cyberspace Project served these authors well in that it was
both a classroom success and a perfect introduction to online
teaching and the politics of such an endeavor. They share
a condensed version of their conclusions here.
Online Writing Assistant
developed by Chuck Guilford
Paradigm is an interactive, menu-driven, online writer's guide
and handbook written in HTML and distributed freely over the WWW.
It works on frames-capable browsers, using hypertext structure
to create a web of links and text windows that you can navigate
quickly and easily by clicking your desired choice.
TCC-L by Johanna Harness
TCC-L by David Schelle
NCTE by Cathryn A. McFaul
CCCC by Patricia R. Webb
Excerpted E-list Dialogues
"Why Real Time?" from ACW-L
"Kairos" from WCENTER
Calls for Participation
Official C&W Website
The 14th Computers and Writing conference focuses on the distances
transcended by the internet-oriented writing classroom.
- Kairos 3.2
Next issue of Kairos
to feature "Best of Computers & Writing" proceedings.
- Best Webtext Award
Winner of second annual award will come from three finalists
selected by the Kairos staff and board.
Ed. Note: All RIP links are external
to the Kairos shell.
Into the New Trenches
Greg Siering's dissertation examines the way in which Computer-Aided Writing
Instruction initiatives are supported and ways in which training is provided
A Survey of Perceptions of Educational Effectiveness
Serena Roberts' dissertation explores ways in which literature classes are
taught via the World Wide Web. She invites you to complete her survey.
Jake Shewmake's master's
looks closely at how online courses are actually conducted, especially including course
content, and he invites you to complete his survey.